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BOOK REVIEWS191 with and against them at Pea Ridge. As it stands, 77Ie Confederate Cherokees is a brief, barebones, operational history of a short-lived regiment which makes only a modest contribution to our understanding of the Civil War in the Trans-Mississippi. William L. Shea University of Arkansas at Monticello From the Editor Jeffrey N. Lash is the winner of the 1989 Harold L. Peterson award of $1,000 for his article, "Joseph E. Johnston and the Virginia Railways, 1861-62," Civil War History, March 1989. This is the second consecutive year that an article in Civil War History has received this award. Eastern National Park & Monument Association, a nonprofit educational-service institution cooperating with the National Park Service in support of its education and interpretive programs, offers the Peterson award annually. The honorarium of $1,000 is presented each year to the author of the best article on any facet of American military history written in the English language and published during the previous year in an American or foreign journal. Jeffrey Lash is the author of a book on Johnston and the railways, Destroyerofthe Iron Horse: General Joseph E. Johnston and Confederate Rail Transport, to be published in spring 1991 by The Kent State University Press. ...


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